Sometimes we make life harder than it needs to be. If we can relax and just be, often things turn out far better than we ever expected. 
This week, we are discussing:

release, relax and receive. 

How to attract awesome things. 

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If you want to attract awesome things, people and opportunities into your life, you have to be prepared to release that which no longer serves you. Everything you have in  your life takes up either physical, emotional or mental space. So, if all the space is taken up in your life, there is no room for anything new to enter. You must be prepared to release that which you no longer want to create space for the new to enter. The sooner you release, the sooner you recieve. 


A state of fear, panic or anxiety does not allow you to see all the beautiful and amazing things in the world. You must find ways to relax your body and mind. You must give up the illusion of control. You can read more about that here. You must learn to be patient. Not much happens faster just because that is what you want. Things will happen when they are meant to happen. Don't force things. 


You won't get anything new in your life until you are ready to receive. Being ready means accepting where you are at right now and at the same time holding an expectation that this or even better will be in your life. Beign ready to receive means being grateful for what you have. Think of the universe as a person. If there was someone in your life that you kept bestowing gifts upon (starting with life, breathing, food, shelter, friendships etc...) and all they did was complain, would you really want to be near them, or give them even more? I don't believe that the universe, god, goddess or whatever you want to call the source, stops giving you blessings. It just doesn't want to be near you when you are negative. Nobody wants to hang out wth negative, ungrateful people. Be someone who loves their life, loves their friends and loves the journey. Be a person you want to be around., 

Don't ever confuse the two, your life and your work. That's what I have to say. The second is only a part of the first.

Anna Quindlen, A Short Guide to a Happy Life, 2000

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This art of resting the mind and the power of dismissing from it all care and worry is probably one of the secrets of energy in our great men.
Captain J. A. Hadfield
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